1. Hair brushes with brush or broad comb teeth. Braking takes place much faster if your hair is without knots. The error must be able to easily pull through the length of the hair.
If you work with thick or scattered hair, use a little water or liquid hair gel to make hair easier first. This will make it easier to handle.
When wet or dry, you can knit your hair. If your hair is completely wet, they will have a very smooth and tight look, while the dry powder will be a more ugly look.
If you dry your hair, it is best to make a few days after washing so that it is not so clean and smooth. Slightly greasy hair will have braids better than the brand of "new" pure hair.
2. Start with a secure base. If you comb your hair with horse trousers or half the condition with a hair cravat, your braid will be easier to handle and avoid a little more in a neater. When hanging, try grasping the hair on the neck.
3. Divide your hair into three flat parts. This will be the three parts of your cable, so try to adjust them as much as possible.
With your right hand and left hand, grab the right hand with your left hand and let the middle part not hang.
Hold the strands in the right and left hands by holding them in the middle with your center, ring, and small fingers, without holding your fingers or thumb.
4. Scroll left section above the middle part. If your beams started as A B C, they must now be ordered as B A C.
Grab the middle part of the hair with your index finger and a stick of your left hand.
With the index finger and the right-hand rod, lift up the left part of the hair that swings towards the left palm.
The original left is now the middle part.
5. Scroll right over the middle part. Your strands now ordered by B A C will become B C A.
In the left hand, move the cord between the index finger and the mallet, so that your other fingers hold your foot against the palm of your hand.
Use the left cursor and thumb to grab a section of the hair that holds onto the right board.
The original right is now the middle part.
Usually, step 4 and step 5 in this technique of dance are referred to as "sequence" or "stitching".
6. In this way, continue knitting. Continue using the "free" cursor pointer and thumb of one hand to take the "back part" of the hair on the other side.
Tighten the braid as you go. Every time the strand changes into the hands, it pulls slightly on the hair, so that the braid moves up and tightens it. But do not pull too hard, though.
Repeat until there is no space for knitting, leaving about 1-3 cm of untreated hair in the end.
7. Protect the braid. Use an elastic that is not rubbery to level the end of the braid. You may have to wrap around your hair several times.
Avoid the rubber band. This can damage the hair and is difficult to remove at the end of the day.
Whenever possible, use a pan, which is the same color as your hair or translucent, so it fits your knitting. This can make the braid more natural and attract people to focus on the braid rather than the carrier.
8. Set the cable with a hair lace. Hairspray or spray gel can help your cotton to develop dives as the day continues.
If you choose to use hair for hair, make sure to use it before adding your hair.
Use glossy serum along your braid to get some extra gloss. Bend your hands and then pull along the length of the cable.
9. Add decorations to your knitting. The ties of the colored tape in the strand at the end of your braid for an additional feeling.
You can use til, grosgrain or ric duck that you can find in different colors in your local fabrics store.
Use cute hair or brooch to stack near the base of your trouser or hold your cockroaches.